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December 1565

Digital images of TNA SP 12 volume 38 are here http://aalt.law.uh.edu/AALT7/SP12/SP12%5F38/

  • TNA SP 12/38, 1. 1565 December 1. Petitions requested of Mr. Sec. Cecil, by Mr. President, that the Master of St. John's Coll. may be examined by the Vice-Chancellor, and Mr. Fulke by Cecil himself. Indorsed by Cecil "Mr. Bohun, Mr. Smith."
  • TNA SP 12/38, 2. 1565 December 1? Articles, touching the Master of St. John's (Longeworth), and Mr. Fulke; charging the Master with receiving bribes, and Mr. Fulke with improper conduct.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 3. 1565 December 1?. Copy of the statute of St. John's College, for the election of a Master.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 4. 1565 December 1?. Extracts from the statutes of several colleges in the University of Cambridge, on the election of Fellows, &c.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 5. 1565 December 4. Warrant to the Exchequer to pay 1,200l. a year to the Surveyor, &c. of the works, for repair of the Royal houses.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 6. 1565 December 6. The Queen to the Commissioners for Ports and Havens. Directions to restrain the exportation of corn and grain in certain counties.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 7. 1565 December 8?. Articles showing that the disorders in regard to apparel and surplices in St. John's College, Cambridge, have arisen by the disorderly acting and preaching of Mr. Fulke and others, making Robin Hoodes penny-worthes of their copes, and other vestments.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. 1565 December 9. Sir Chr. Heydon and others, Commissioners for Ports, to the Council. Have surveyed all the ports, creeks, and landing places in co. Norfolk, and state the results. Incloses TNA SP 12/38, 8. i-xii.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. I. (f.16) 1565 December. Abstract of all the schedules of surveys of ports and havens in co. Norfolk. 1565
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. II (f.18) 1565 December. Survey of Great Yarmouth
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. III. (f.20) 1565 December. Survey of Winterton
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. IV. (f.22) 1565 December. Survey of Waxham, Pawlinge, Eccles
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. V. (f.24) 1565 December. Survey of Hasburgh, Backton, Mundersly
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. VI. (f.26) 1565 December. Survey of Cromer, Sheringham, Walorne, Salthane
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. VII. (f.28) 1565 December. Survey of Cley
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. VIII. (f.30) 1565 December. Survey of Wiveton
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. IX. (f.32, 34) 1565 December. Survey of Blakeney
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. X. (f.36) 1565 December. Survey of Burnham, Dersingham
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. XI. (f.38) 1565 December. Survey of Heacham, Snettisham
  • TNA SP 12/38, 8. XII. (f.40) 1565 December. Survey of Survey of Lynne Regis (f40a is labelled in AALT as f.30a in error)
  • TNA SP 12/38, 9. 1565 December 12. Sir Wm. Poulett and others to the Council. Forward certificate of their proceedings in survey of ports and havens in co. Dorset. Incloses TNA SP 12/38, 9. i.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 9. i. 1565 December . Certificate, by the above Commissioners, of survey of ports and havens throughout the county of Dorset. 1565
  • TNA SP 12/38, 10. 1565 December . Dr. Ro. Beaumont to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has answered several of his letters, and sends copy of one of them. Incloses TNA SP 12/38, 10. i.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 10. i. 1565 December 6. Dr. Beaumont to Cecil. Has laboured to get a couple of preachers into Ireland, without success. Particulars of the unhappy quarrel about ministers' apparel. Dr. Hutton and Mr. Fulke's preaching thereon.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 11. 1565 December 12. Ric. Coortesse to Cecil. His proceedings as to St. John's College and Mr. Fulke. Has had conference with the Vice-Chancellor [Dr. Stokes] and the heads of houses thereon. Mr. Whitgift is scarce indifferent. Incloses TNA SP 12/38, 11. i-ii.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 11. i. 1565 December . Articles against Mr. Richard Longeworth, President, and now Master of St. John's College, of undue election and mal-practices.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 11 ii. 1565 December . Articles against William Fulke, of St. John's College, of disorderly conduct, particularly in the article of apparel.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 12. 1565 December 12. Osbert Moundeford to Sir Wm. Cecil. Acknowledges the receipt of the Queen's letter to the Commissioners for the survey of Ports, &c. in the county of Norfolk; will follow the instructions.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 13. 1565 December 13. Sir Wm. Cecil to the Vice-Ch. of Cambridge [Dr. Stokes], Mr. Coortesse President of St. John's, and the Bp. of Ely. On the gross irregularities committed in St. John's College. [Drafts of three separate letters sent by Mr. Bohun and Mr. Smith.]
  • TNA SP 12/38, 14. 1565 December 13. John Whyte, a Commissioner for the Ports, &c. in Southampton, to Cecil. Sends up certain commissions and letters. Doubts raised by the Custom-house officers as to the powers of the deputies of the Commissioners. Dec. 1565. Southwick. Incloses TNA SP 12/38, 14. i.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 14. i. 1565 December. Certificate of John Lord St. John and other Commissioners, of the survey of all ports and havens in the county of Southampton, the Isle of Wight excepted.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 15. 1565 December 16. Lady Mary Grey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Thanks him for being so earnest a suitor to obtain Her Majesty's pardon, which she is so unhappy a creature to be without.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 16. 1565 December 17. Ric. Coortesse to Sir Wm. Cecil. Good conformity of the college in the matter of apparel. Sends lists of those who conform and wear surplices, &c. Incloses TNA SP 12/38, 16. i.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 16. i. 1565 December 15. "Nomina onm Studentium tam Tutorum quam Pupillorum in Collegio Sci Johis Evangeliste. "
  • TNA SP 12/38, 17. 1565 December 17. Adlard Welby to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has sent his servants into all the towns of Holland (Lincolnshire) to inquire the price of grain. States the result of their inquiry. Incloses TNA SP 12/38, 17. i.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 17. i. 1565 December 14. John Manne to Mr. Adlard Welby. Informs him of the high prices of grain in his neighbourhood. Bolingbroke Castle.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 18. 1565 December 17? Note of certain persons upon Humber side who buy up great quantities of corn, two of whom are authorized badgers.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 19. 1565 December 18. Ric. Longeworth, Master of St. John's Coll. to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has prevailed on the members of the College to follow the Queen's injunctions for wearing surplices. Desires to know if common bread may be used in administration of the Sacrament, and whether as often as he preaches "by the hour" in the chapel, to the house only, he may do so without the surplice.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 20. 1565 December 20. Ric. Longeworth, Master of St. John's Coll. to Sir Wm. Cecil. Has endeavoured to reform all things in his College. Nearly all have now appeared at chapel in their surplices.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 21. 1565 December 22. Roger Broune to Sir Wm. Cecil. Intreats his assistance in a cause in which the University was interested. Lat.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 22. 1565 December 22. The Queen to Lord Trer: Winchester. To give instructions not to suffer any grain to be shipped for exportation, without special licence.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 23. 1565 December 28. Sir Edw. Dymock and others to the Council. Report their proceedings in survey of ports and havens, and have given order for restricting the exportation of grain. Incloses TNA SP 12/38, 23. i.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 23. i. 1565 December. Certificate of Commissioners for survey of ports and havens, for the county of Lincoln.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 24. 1565 December 28. Dep. Commissioners for the port of Rye to Mr. John Theaher. The Custom officers at Rye dispute their powers. Desire instructions as to searching vessels.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 25. 1565 December 29. John Donnynge, Customer of Rye, to Sir Wm. Cecil. Complains that the eight persons appointed to search under the orders for restricting the exportation of grain have exceeded their instructions.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 26. 1565 December 29. Archbishop Parker to Sir Wm. Cecil. Detail of dissensions in Gonvill Hall, about the differences between the Master, Dr. Caius, and two Fellows, Dethicke and Clarke, recently expulsed.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 27. 1565 December 30. Edw. Horsey, Geo. Mylle, and John Worsley, Commissioners for the Isle of Wight, to same. Have laboured in execution of their commission, and forward a certificate.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 28. 1565 December 30. Certificate of John Thetcher [or Theaher] and others, Commissioners of Ports for the rapes of Pevensey and Hastings, co. Sussex.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 29. 1565 December. Articles (probably by Ric. Coortesse) exhibited against Ric. Longeworth, Master of St. John's, describing his arbitary dealings with the Fellows and Scholars, since his return from London. Dec. 31 1565.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 30. 1565 December. Commissioners for Ports in Merioneth to the Council. Have surveyed all the creeks, havens, and landing places in the county, and report particulars.
  • TNA SP 12/38, 31. 1565 December. Certificate of Robert Elyot of the quantities of grain bought within the rapes of Chichester, Arundel, and Bramber, co. Sussex, for the use of the Queen's ships.

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